Detailed Program

3 December

8.30 – 9.00 Welcome Tea & Coffee

9.00 – 10.00 Opening Session with Keynote

10.00 – 10.30 Networking Break

10.30 – 11.20 Building a Culture of Security in your Company / 在你的公司建立一个安保文化
Patrick Huipeng Wang, Head of Security Asia, Bekaert, China / Patrick Huipeng Wang, 亚洲安全首席, Bekaert, 中国

The challenge of security is not about the breaches, the real challenge comes from the awareness of security of the people, the people of the company from all levels. This presentation will share some thoughts on building up a strong security culture in the company.

11.25 – 12.15 Hacking Your Mind, Getting Your Secrets / 读心术,获取你的秘密
Rain Teng, Security Director; Cardinal Health, China / Rain Teng, 安全总监; Cardinal Health, 中国

This presentation will focus on introducing social engineering skills to reveal how human security is important to our overall security management system in protecting secret information in your business.

12.15 – 13.30 Lunch and Networking Break

13.30 – 14.20 Managing Operational Risks for a Secured and Resilient Supply Chain

Anthony Lee CPP, Director & Principal Consultant, Security And Resilience Consultancy, Singapore
The Speaker will assess the mechanics within the supply chain and highlight the attempts to mitigate the operational risks, threats and challenges which are constantly evolving and at each instant taking a newer dimension. 

14.25 – 15.15 Women in Security / 安保界的女性
Jeannette Jackson, Security Operations Manager, Thales Australia, Australia / Jeannette Jackson, 安保运营经理,澳洲泰勒斯,澳大利亚

Gain insight into the challenges that women face and the strengths that they can bring to a security environment/workplace.

15.15 – 15.45
Networking Break

15.45 – 16.35 Security Protocol behind the Factory Closing Wave in China / 国内工厂倒闭潮背后的安全方案

Jack Chu, President, RA Consultants Ltd., Hong Kong / Jack Chu, 董事, RA咨询有限公司,香港
Hawn Chu, Vice President, RA Consultants Ltd., China / Hawn Chu, 副董事, RA咨询有限公司,中国
Factories in China are having to fight rising costs and low demand. A big wave of factory shutdowns happened in 2014. An effective security plan can be the key to success.

16.40 – 17.30 Managing Commercial and Labor Disputes in China / 处理中国的金融和劳动纠纷

Sean Molloy, Managing Director, Control Risks, China / Sean Molloy, 总经理,Control Risks, 中国
This presentation will explore risk implications of restructuring in China. The presenter will provide insights and best practices on providing security support, incident response, and crisis management in Chinese restructurings.

17.30 – 18.30 Networking Reception

4 December

8.30 – 9.00 Welcome Tea & Coffee

9.00 – 10.00 Opening and Keynote Presentation: Using Standards to Align Security with Your Business Objectives / 用标准将安保与你的商业目标统一起来
Dr Marc Siegel, Commissioner Global Standards Initiative, ASIS International, Belgium / Dr Marc Siegel, 国际初创标准理事, ASIS 国际, 比利时

Security risk management needs to be aligned with your organization’s overall risk management and business management objectives.  Standards are changing the way security management is perceived in an organization. By understanding and assessing risk within the context of achieving your organization’s tactical, operational, and strategic objectives, you can protect and create value for your organization by better assuring the integrity of your tangible and intangible assets.

10.00 – 10.30 Networking Break

10.30 – 11.20 Building a Security Conscious Business Continuity (BCM) Program /
建立一个安保意识业务永续项目

Sam Stahl, Program Manager, EMC, USA / Sam Stahl, 项目经理, EMC, 美国
This presentation illustrates how comprehensive BCM Programs can be developed to include security functions. The presentation is based on the long standing ASIS CMBC Council’s annual Crisis Management Workshop.

11.25 – 12.15 Several Issues on IPR Protection in China / 中国知识产权保护若干问题思考

Colin Chen, Great China and Southeast Asia Director, Johnson & Johnson, China / Colin Chen, 大中华和东南亚区域总监, Johnson & Johnson, 中国
The topic will introduce the current situation of China's IPR protection with great amount of data analysis, swhich can see the Chinese enforcement's engagement, both in criminal and judicial protection, the problem that exists and some suggestions that will be given. 

12.15 – 13.30 Lunch and Networking Break

13.30 – 14.20 Lessons Learned from the Nepal Earthquake: Natural Disaster Preparedness and Crisis Management Response / 从尼泊尔地震中获得的经验教训:自然灾害的预防和危机管理的响应

Adam Fitzpatrick, Regional Security Manager, Asia Pacific, AIG, Australia / Adam Fitzpatrick, 亚太区安全经理,AIG,澳大利亚
Scott Hume, Associate Director of Security Operations, Global Rescue, USA / Scott Hume, 安全运营副总监, Global Rescue, 美国
Natural disasters present unique challenges which can be better managed with pre-planning, creation of emergency action plans, and other preparedness initiatives. Learn best practices and receive an overview of the latest technology to meet communication and situational awareness challenges.

14.25 – 15.15 How to effectively utilize anonymous whistleblower mechanism to detect and investigate corporate fraud / 如何有效利用匿名举报机制来提升内部调查和反舞弊工作
Wesley Fan, Asia Regional Security Director, WalMart Inc. GeC, China

Wesley will introduce his world class experience in how to handle anonymous allegations which was developed in MNCs and law enforcement agency. By introducing some real cases, you can benefit from this session and learn the best practice and tips in identifying nature of matters, dos and donts when responding to the informants. A standard and thoughtful response to the anonymous complainants will also be introduced.

15.15 – 15.45 Networking Break

15.45 – 16.35 Closing and Keynote Presentation: Psychopaths in the Corporate World - Nightmare Dressed Like a Daydream  / 在企业里的精神病患者 -打扮成白日梦的梦魇.
Totti Karpela, Director, Peace of Mind Threat Management Co Ltd., Hong Kong / Totti Karpela, 董事, Peace of Mind Threat Management Co Ltd., 香港

Psychopaths; skillful manipulators, people with no remorse, guilt or empathy yet charming and fearless, emotionally indifferent people, who are so attractive in some ways and so appalling in others.